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ODAL, Elder Futhark Rune, pendant

Catalog number: RPE24

Your Price: 6.00 €

   

ODAL, Elder Futhark Rune, pendant. Oþila, hawthorn, home, homeland. Oþila is the patron of property, heritage, a protector of ancestral estates and finance, inherited knowledge and skills. Indicates its connection with the motherland and her custody, flourishing. The negative attribute could mean excessive attachment to tradition and order duties. Size: 2.5 x 3.8 cm. Material: patinated tin. Tight cotton included.Size: 2.5 x 3.8 cm. Material: patinated tin. Tight cotton included.

EAGLE, NATIVE AMERICAN NECKLACE

Catalog number: OPE66

Your Price: 11.00 €

   

THE EAGLE, NATIVE AMERICAN NECKLACE talisman. Eagle - quickness, strength and ferocity. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals, covered by the antimony. Size circa 3.0 x 11.0 cm.

SNAKE HEART, pendant

Catalog number: OPE65

Your Price: 4.00 €

   

The SNAKE HEART talisman. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals, covered by the antimony. Size circa 1.9 x 2.1 cm.

Snake symbolizes eternity, awareness, cunning, intellect and transformation.

THE GOTHIC KEY, pewter talisman

Catalog number: OPE64

Your Price: 5.00 €

   

THE GOTHIC KEY pewter talisman. This pendant made of tin alloy, zinc and other metals. Size circa 2.0 x 6.2 cm.

FLYING EAGLE, pewter pendant

Catalog number: APE29

Your Price: 4.00 €

   

FLYING EAGLE pewter talisman. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals. Size circa 2.0 x 3.4 cm.

The eagle is the ruler of the skies. He is the symbol of freedom and victory. He helps you discover the route to your destiny.

LION, The King of the Animals, pewter pendant

Catalog number: APE28

Your Price: 4.00 €

   

The LION pewter talisman. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals. Size circa 1.9 x 2.1 cm.

Lions symbolize courage, ferocity, justice, power and royalty.

THE BAT, pewter pendant, coppered

Catalog number: APE27

Your Price: 4.00 €

   

The BAT pewter talisman. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals. Size circa 2.0 x 3.1 cm.

The bat is considered a symbol of communication. The Native Americans observed the bat to be a highly social creature. They symbolize illusion, rebirth, dreams, intuition, initiation, journeying, inner depth, communication.

COBRA, pewter pendant, coppered

Catalog number: APE26

Your Price: 4.00 €

   

COBRA pewter talisman. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals. Coppered. Size circa 1.6 x 4.5 cm.

In Egyptian mythology, a cobra was the symbol of the goddess Wadjet. Cobras served as a protection of kings and pharaohs. They were also wrapped in the windings of a mummy's bandages, to reward the deceased with a safe, healthy and blessed afterlife.

THE MOUSE, pewter pendant

Catalog number: APE25

Your Price: 4.00 €

   

The MOUSE pewter talisman. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals. Size circa 2.0 x 2.3 cm.

Mouse is a symbol of modesty, innocence, awareness, adaptability and resourcefulness.

CAPRA, The Goat, pewter pendant

Catalog number: APE24

Your Price: 4.00 €

   

Capra (goat) pewter talisman. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals. Coppered. Size circa 2.0 x 2.3 cm.

The goat symbolizes peace, balancem vitality, sacrifice, masculinity, initiation and intelligence.

WHEAT MILL SET, replica

Catalog number: LHE61

Your Price: 145.00 €

   
On their long marches for their Roman empire legionairies carried not only their weapons with them, they also had to carry their own provisions and cooking and baking utensils.

We know that each legionary had his own supply of wheat, which was ground in a portable mill.

Our reproduction of such a mill weighs approx. 12 to 15 kg (40 lbs). The diameter of the stone is 31 cm or 12.2 inch. Each of the stones is 5 cm or 1.96 inch high.

ROMAN CORNU for reenactors

Catalog number: LHE60

Your Price: 108.00 €

   
Roman CORNU in original size. This brass instrument was used for signals (from wake up calls to battle orders) in Roman legions from years about 100 till 400.

It will be shipped dismounted in 4 parts (see middle photo).

Measurements and weight: length of cornu brass tube circa 290 cms (115 inch), length of wooden carrying stick : 104 cms (41 inch), combined weight : 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs.).

DOLABRA, the Roman axe, replica

Catalog number: APW75

Your Price: 87.00 €

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The dolabra was an universal tool that used by the Roman people since ancient times. This tool could be used as a pickaxe (by miners and excavators), by priests during ritual religious slaughtering of animals or as a tool similar to a mattock by Roman infantry.

Total length of wooden shaft is circa 76 cms. Total weight circa 2.1 kg (4.6 lbs.). Import. Do not use it for fighting.

FALCATA, sword, 4th cent of the Old Age

Catalog number: ASW19

Your Price: 95.00 €

   

The falcata was a weapon of the pre-Roman Hispania and the Romans learned to fear this weapon during their conquest of Hispania.

This reproduction for has a wooden sheath covered with red leather and brass fittings. Its grip is made from wood. The brass pommel is shaped like a horse head and a smallerknife is attached to the main sheath in an additional small sheath. This sword is supplied with a blunt edge, otherwise it would not be allowed on stage.

Total length : 64 cms/ 25 inch. Blade length : 51 cms/ 20 inch.

Cross of Brigid, silver pendant, Ag 925

Catalog number: FTJ156

Your Price: 18.00 €

Limited Qty: 4 x in stock

   

Celtic Cross of Brigid. Size circa 2.9 x 3.3 cm. Weight circa 3.1 g.

Rome, erotic token Spintria VIIII, 1st century, tin replica

Catalog number: ETC08

Your Price: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

Rome, erotic token Spintria III, 1st century, tin replica

Catalog number: ETC07

Your Price: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

Rome, erotic token Spintria VI, 1st century, tin replica

Catalog number: ETC06

Your Price: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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